Helen Nichols Jacobs is active/lives in New Jersey, Connecticut. Helen Jacobs is known for landscapes, seascape, floral still life.
Biography Helen Jacobs
Helen Nichols Jacobs is a painter of landscapes, seascapes and floral still lifes in American Impressionist style. She is the daughter of Spencer Baird Nichols, N.A. (1875-1950) and grew up in the world of art and artists. She is the granddaughter of Henry Hobart Nichols, a wood engraver who won a gold medal at the 1876 Centennial in Philadelphia. Her uncle, Hobart Nichols was also an academician, and her daughter, Barbara J. Sussman is a landscape painter.
Helen Jacobs learned her sense of beauty, design and color in her studies with her father. She was also a student of Arthur Maynard, from whom she learned about the effects of light. Her work with him was a part of her many years of training at the Ridgewood Art Institute in Ridg
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